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Mathematically Correct Devoted to the concerns raised by parents and scientists about the invasion of our schools by the New-New Math and the need to restore basic skills to math education. Domestic and International Standards, reviews and articles are found in this large Web site. They also review math textbooks--a real eye-opener!

The Story of An Experiment Fascinating article about teaching children mathematics. Republished from a 1935 article.

Key Curriculum Press Makers of Miquon Math, the "Key To..." series, and Mathercise.

MCP Math Modern Curriculum Press prints MCP Math, "Plaid" Phonics, and Spelling Workout.

Saxon Math Curriculum Read about and purchase the Saxon math curriculum from Christian Book Distributors and support HomeschoolChristian.com.

Singapore Math Available in metric or American measurements, these workbooks are very popular!

Teaching Textbooks This CD-ROM based curriculum takes the load off parents! Interactive lectures, automated grading, and audiovisual step-by-step solutions to every homework and quiz problem!

Fun Math Ideas from HomeschoolChristian.com

Animated Math Glossary For grades 1-8.

Appetizers and Lessons for Mathematics and Reason Topics include reason, algebra, geometry, number theory, calculus, and more.

Ask Dr. Math Homework help for grades K-12 from "Dr. Math" of Drexel University.

Calculation Tricks and Tips "Beat the Calculator" with 290 tips for fast calculation, multiplication and division rules to help you do mental math. From Drexel University.

Curious and Useful Math Here you will find tricks and rules for quickly calculating certain types of math problems. There are also some entertaining trivia and math facts that are nice to slip into casual conversation.

Double Division A new way of doing division using addition and subtraction.

Euclid's Elements A modern version of the original 13 books in Greek of Euclid's Elements, uses a logical development of geometry and other branches of mathematics. Java applets helps to bring the illustrate geometry and bring the Elements alive. From Clark University.

Ideas for K'nex, Legos, Lego Mindstorms, and Capsela Lesson plans and design galleries.

Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles A site to serve as a resource for things, simple but curious, related to mathematics.

Just In Time A site with activities and worksheets for telling time.

Math Archives Links to loads of math sites, by ability and type. From University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

Mathblox Drill for math facts.

Math.com Simple explanations of many topics from basic math to calculus and advanced topics. Includes a math games section.

Mathematics Lessons That Are Fun! Activities and links for all levels of math.

The Math Worksheet Site by Scott Bryce. A worksheet generator for K-8 math. Free area and many more resources with a subscription.

Mega Mathematics The MegaMath project is intended to bring unusual and important mathematical ideas to elementary school classrooms so that young people and their teachers can think about them together. Some very unusual items here!

Michele's Math Basic beginning math lessons free!

The Prime Pages Prime number research, records and resources.

Saxon Math Placement Tests These tests can help you decide what grade to start your child in, regardless of whether you choose the Saxon curriculum.

S.O.S. Mathematics Your free resource for math review material from Algebra to Differential Equations!

Word Problems for Kids A set of carefully selected problems which can help improve your problem solving skills. Grades 5-12. From St. Francis Xavier University in Canada.

AAA Math Drill for basic skills, money, mental math, algebra, geometry.

AllMath On-line flashcards.

Aplusmath.com Advanced flashcards.

Includes map reading, perimeter, order of operations, bar graphs, verbal reasoning, and many traditional math topics.Beat the Calculator Practice doing speed calculations.

Cool Math 4 Kids Games and drills.

Education4Kids Drill games on general math, money, time, social studies, language arts, and science.

EdHelper.com Free worksheets for grades 1-12 on math, spelling, vocabulary, and more.

Enchanted Mind Tangrams On-line tangrams! Move the pieces around to create different shapes.

InterActMath.com Interactive math drill based upon actual text books. You enter the text chapter and page, and the system gives drill for just the topics covered. Windows compatible only.

FunBrain.com Math and reading arcades, math baseball, grammar gorillas, and many more games.

Math Cats Story Problems Kid-created story problems.

RHL School Free worksheets for math, English, and reading.

School Express On-line questions and printable worksheets for basic math facts. Mostly items for purchase.

SuperKids Math worksheet creator.

Appetizers and Lessons for Mathematics and Reason Topics include reason, algebra, geometry, number theory, calculus, and more.

AlgebraHelp.com Lessons, homework help, interactive worksheets.

High School Learning Units from the National Security Agency (NSA). Includes pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, pre-calculus, calculus, the internet, and science. A lot of interesting material here!

Introduction to Algebra From the Math League.

Math.com Simple explanations of algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, and advanced topics. Includes a math games section.

MyAlgebra.com Type in a problem, and see the solution.

Pre-Algebra Complete course of study in pre-algebra.

Three Skills for Algebra Offers logic starter lessons, algebra, and study skills.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing History and facts about money including anti-counterfeiting efforts.

Colonial Currency Examples of currency issued by individual states before the United States came to be.

Counting and Making Change Lessons For elementary ages.

FunBrain Change Maker game Get as much money in your piggy bank as possible, by figuring out the correct change.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing History and facts about money including anti-counterfeiting efforts.

The U.S. Mint All about U.S. coins.

Universal Currency Converter Calculator for converting between world currencies.

Appetizers and Lessons for Mathematics and Reason Topics include reason, algebra, geometry, number theory, calculus, and more.

Euclid's Elements A modern version of the original 13 books in Greek of Euclid's Elements, uses a logical development of geometry and other branches of mathematics. Java applets helps to bring the illustrate geometry and bring the Elements alive. From Clark University.

Fractals A fractals unit study for elementary and middle school student.

Gallery of Interactive Geometry On-line projects including "Build a Rainbow."

High School Learning Units from the National Security Agency (NSA). Includes pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, pre-calculus, calculus, the internet, and science. A lot of interesting material here!

K-12 Geometry From The Math Forum at Drexel University

Math.com Simple explanations of algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, and advanced topics. Includes a math games section.

The Geometry Center Center for the Computation and Visualization of Geometric Structures. From the University of Minnesota.

The Pavilion of Polyhedreality Projects to build a various polyhedral figures (geometric shapes) from everyday items. By George Hart

Daylight Saving Time Why we change our clocks.

Leap Year Explains how the leap year is calculated

Learning About Time The history of clocks and how to tell time -- an online lesson plan.

Online Converstions Calculate dates, find out what time it is in other countries, and do lots of other time calculations.

Saving Time, Saving Energy Daylight Saving Time: Its History and Why We Use It

Dave's Short Trig Course From Clark University.

Finite Mathematics and Applied Calculus On-line Tutorials. Includes an algebra review.

High School Learning Units from the National Security Agency (NSA). Includes pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, pre-calculus, calculus, the internet, and science. A lot of interesting material here!

Math.com Simple explanations of algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, and advanced topics. Includes a math games section.

Introduction to Probability, Principles of Probability, and Calculus Applied to Probability and Statistics from Hofstra University.

Statistics Every Writer Should Know A simple guide to understanding basic statistics by Robert Niles.

Mission: Critical The goal of Mission: Critical is to create a "virtual lab," capable of familiarizing users with the basic concepts of critical thinking in a self-paced, interactive environment. From San Jose State University.

Math.com Math games and puzzles.

Dyscalculia.org Help for learning disabilities that affect math abilities. Includes sections on dyslexia, special educations, an on-line diagnosis, and more.

Fun Math Ideas from HomeschoolChristian.com Ideas presented here will help your struggling math student find learning more fun!

Helping Your Child or Teen Learn Math Some suggestions for parents.

Ancient and Classical Mathematics Outline of a university course with all learning resources. (No text - uses primary and secondary sources.) From St. Lawrence University

Bureau of Engraving and Printing History and facts about money including anti-counterfeiting efforts.

Colonial Currency Examples of currency issued by individual states before the United States came to be.

Mathematician Biographies Comprehensive historical site.

How Currency Gets into Circulation From the Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Department of the Treasury for Kids Links to government websites for kids including the White House, U.S. Mint, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Savings Bonds, and the Alcohol and Tobacco and Trade Bureau.

Mesopotamian Mathematics Information about all aspects of Mesopotamian mathematics from the earliest tokens, through the development of Sumerian mathematics to the grand flowering in the Old Babylonian period, and on into the later periods of Mesopotamian history. Tied in to history! From St. Lawrence University

Roman Numeral and Date Conversion with Roman Calculator and Roman Numerals Test.

The U.S. Mint All about U.S. coins.

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